Your favorite destination for gorgeous dresses, quaint home accessories, and the best candles around is about to get even better — and bigger.
, which is owned by Urban Outfitters, recently announced the launch of several massive department-style stores that will feature a wide array of merchandise and furnishings. The average Anthropologie store is around 7,000 square feet, while this new breed of shops will clock in somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 square feet, reports.
In addition to their usual apparel selection, this "super" store will also feature a dress shop, an intimates boutique, a petites section, a "full-service" shoe and accessories salon, a jewelry store, a beauty boutique, and most importantly, a home section with 12 full-scale rooms.
The announcement also mentions we can expect more features in the future, like selections from their wedding line, products from their outdoor and plant brand , and even restaurants. (Can we take a moment and imagine what an Anthropologie-style restaurant would look like? Imagine the dishware and table settings alone!)
The first stores of this kind opened in Portland, Oregon, and Newport Beach, California. The next stores will be arriving in Walnut Creek, California; King of Prussia, Pennsylvania; Palo Alto, California; and Westport, Connecticut.
You can see the rest of the details in this video below: